Sex-Partying, Teen-Hooker-Funding DEA Agents Get Slap On Wrist, None Fired

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Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

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An internal Drug Enforcement Administration report showed the agency gave its agents a mere slap on the wrist for purchasing the services of Colombian prostitutes, sometimes with taxpayer money and sometimes as they let local police watch their weapons and personal property.

 

A summary of the internal report shows the DEA doled out punishments to 10 of its agents, which ranged from a letter of caution to a two-week suspension. None of the agents who participated in the parties was fired.

 

In one instance, money to pay prostitutes at a farewell party for a high-ranking DEA official was included in an “operational budget” that used government funds for the party, the report said.

 

Lawmakers expressed concern during the hearing that some of the government-funded sex soirees may have included teenagers.

 

– From the Washington Times article: No DEA Agents Fired for Colombia Prostitute Parties, Internal Report Reveals

Last month, I highlighted the “truth is stranger than fiction” story about how Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) agents were caught having sex parties with prostitutes hired by drug cartels. I ended that post with:

While these agents will almost undoubtedly receive no real punishment, perhaps some good will come from this: End the idiotic war on drugs.

Well we now have access to an internal DEA report on the incident, and find out that, unsurprisingly, the agents involved received barely a slap on the wrist. Moreover, it appears some of the women hired for these parties may have been teenagers.

Just in case you are still under the naive impression that the rule of law exists in America. The Washington Times reports that:

An internal Drug Enforcement Administration report showed the agency gave its agents a mere slap on the wrist for purchasing the services of Colombian prostitutes, sometimes with taxpayer money and sometimes as they let local police watch their weapons and personal property.

It’s always nice to know that the drug cartels didn’t have to foot the bill for these parties every time. The sucker American taxpayer also helped fund the orgies.

The report and a Tuesday hearing on it prompted a key congressman to say that the DEA chief needs to resign.

 

A summary of the internal report shows the DEA doled out punishments to 10 of its agents, which ranged from a letter of caution to a two-week suspension. None of the agents who participated in the parties was fired.

 

In one instance, money to pay prostitutes at a farewell party for a high-ranking DEA official was included in an “operational budget” that used government funds for the party, the report said.

 

DEA agents also rented undercover apartments in Colombia and used them to host prostitutes, the DEA said in its internal report.

 

The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee staff made the internal report available at Tuesday’s hearing, which gave lawmakers a chance to look into the Justice Department inspector general’s investigation accusing DEA agents of attending prostitute orgies funded by local drug cartels in a foreign country from 2009 to 2012.

 

The DEA’s internal report expands upon that review, detailing 14 years of misconduct accusations, dating back to 2001. Ten DEA agents were accused of wrongdoing; seven were issued suspensions ranging from one to 10 days. The internal report depicts married agents, who did “the most running around” with women, as “out of control.”

14 years of this and nobody thought to stop it. Typical out of control bureaucracy with zero accountability.

Lawmakers expressed concern during the hearing that some of the government-funded sex soirees may have included teenagers.

 

In response to pointed questions about whether underage women were among the prostitutes, DEA Administrator Michele Leonhart replied: “I don’t know that.”

Better question is what does she know?

The explosive internal report shows that punishments recommended for the DEA agents also were reduced without explanation in many cases. It is also unknown whether any of the DEA supervisors who may have known about the accusations but failed to report them were punished.

 

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, Utah Republican and committee chairman, expressed dismay and shock that agents were allowed to return to work quickly “with their secret clearances fully intact.”

 

During the hearing though, Ms. Leonhart responded that civil service protections make it difficult to fire DEA agents.

If you can fire DEA agents for attending sex parties paid for by drug cartels, what can you fire them for?

Mr. Cummings, the ranking member of the committee, said the report depicted “truly breathtaking recklessness” and showed “DEA agents as completely out of control.”

 

Lawmakers from both parties said they were dumbfounded that Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. found it necessary to send a memo last week reminding department employees not to purchase the services of prostitutes.

 

“Hello? Am I missing something?” Mr. Cummings said. “I think we are at an all-time low here.”

We can go a lot lower, and we probably will. This is what you get when government agents can repeatedly act like criminals and get away with it. Same goes for Wall Street thieves.

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Hippocratic Oaf's picture

Gubmint jobs

America! Fuck Yea!

Manthong's picture

Sociopaths managing sociopaths..

What did you expect?  

McMolotov's picture

Who could have possibly known the War on Drugs would turn out to be such a colossal waste of money that would only serve to enrich some well-connected insiders?

The well-connected insiders who are most vocal in their support for the War on Drugs, that's who.

CH1's picture

And everyone keeps right on obeying.

InjectTheVenom's picture

...you had me at teen hooker

Xibalba's picture

This is Holdher's jurisdicktion, right? 

Serfs Up's picture

"We're at an all time low here..."

Yeah.  You wish.  

Me too.

But not even clsoe.

Paveway IV's picture

"...Moreover, it appears some of the women hired for these parties may have been teenagers..."

Wake the fuck up, Mike: the age of consent is 14 years old in Columbia.

The DEA are fucking pedophiles - their Columbian dealer pals are their offshore suppliers.

The DEA changed their 'internal' bullshit report several times, replacing what should have been 'child' with 'underage' and then with 'teenage' and then 'may have been teenagers'. Pretty soon, we'll see the DEA claiming the parties involved 'pre-retirement-aged women'. The law and moral decency does not apply to the DEA - that's for you fucking peons. 

Do you think the Justice Department want's to argue about tapping your domestic phone or hacking your computer at will when their agents are busy having sex with children? Here's how the system works: you would be doing hard time in a federal prison if the Justice Department pedophiles claimed there was a revealing picture of the maybe-teenage prostitutes on your computer - the same maybe-teenage prostitutes their agents are having sex with in Columbia, courtesy of the Columbian drug cartels and your taxpayer dollars.

DeadFred's picture

Some may have been teenagers, the rest were clearly twelve or under. One has to learn how to translate bureaucratese.

Money Boo Boo's picture

The War on Drugs was all about taking control of the international drug trade by a small faction inside the US gov, so in terms of winning or losing the war on drugs, most have lost but a very special few have ultimately won the war

yellowsub's picture

You mean like the War on Terrorism?

Stoploss's picture

The UK has determined beyond any reasonable doubt, Rape, Child Rape and anything else considered to be "Rape" is without any challenge, purely legal under the NWO Neo Nazi Liberal Democratic Party...

All one needs do is simply take note of the non prosecution, atta boy/girl back pats to complete the picture of what is really occurring.

As one can clearly see, there are no laws anymore, its everyone for themselves...

When in trouble, you grab your gun, NOT your cell phone...

max2205's picture

If it was an NFL player they'd be gone the next day.

 

Why. Why why?

Citxmech's picture

Only if there was video.

Silver_K-9's picture

BangBros.com/DEA

lol... ;0)

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golden torch (not verified) Hippocratic Oaf Apr 16, 2015 5:17 PM

I'm making over $7k a month working part time. I kept hearing other people tell me how much money they can make online so I decided to look into it. Well, it was all true and has totally changed my life. This is what I do... www.globe-report.com

imaginalis's picture

It's not great puting your sister on a webcam taking it up the jaxy from a donkey though.

Jumbotron's picture

Fascism on parade.

 

Move along.  Nothing to see, and nothing can be done about it.

 

http://www.informationliberation.com/

BullyBearish's picture

Another conspiracy...move along

youngman's picture

should help in their recruiting process.....

pods's picture

Seriously!

"This is paradise, I'm tellin' ya. This town like a great big pussy just waiting to get fucked."

-Tony Montana

chunga's picture

Well isn't it comforting to know that "lawmakers expressed concern" to find out that gov employess "working" for the *Drug Enforcement Administration* are having drug and prostirution parties!

Isn't that a nice slap in the face. All anybody else has to do is get pulled over by one of these maniac cops and get "caught" with too much of your own money and guess what.

YOU'RE GUILTY!

You don't even have to be charged with anything at all. To top it off these mother-fuckers pull the cheap trick of arresting your money, that somehow thwarts it being unconstitutional in their sick fucking heads. Then it's your burden to somehow get it back from the filthy corrupt assholes.

Unbelievable the arrogance and gall! As a staunch religious agnostic, reading this crap almost non-stop makes me wish some deity would come along and punish these monsters something fierce...cuz it aint happening on this earth,

pods's picture

I hear ya chunga. What is even worse, it gets packaged up nice and shiny in the news (showing new ladders for the cops to get puppies out of trees) and the people not only accept it but cheer.  

Nobody today will step up for another's rights, as long as they get theirs.

Long overdue for a reset.

pods

youngman's picture

Just think if the DEA agents met the Dutch Central Bank employees.....there would be tulips a bloomin for sure

Hippocratic Oaf's picture

DEA protection discovered by WB7

Taxpayer funded skins, awesome. Amerika! fuckin' fuck yea!

Beam Me Up Scotty's picture

It will take alot more than a condom to protect us!!

NoVa's picture

You Sir are a very funny person.

Me Likey

 

Kaiser Sousa's picture

Bananna Republic...

enjoy!

kaiserhoff's picture

We expected something else?

When are the kleptocrats ever held accountable?

Zoomorph's picture

<--- jealous.
<--- gay.

brucyy's picture

Damnit 

fucking DEA and central bankers are having a blast these days

My life is so boring and i spend most time working  ..i must have screwed up somewhere along the way

Mike Honcho's picture

Any government official (servant) or otherwise that actually gets fired in after controversy is just a sacraficial lamb.  The show must go on.

SirBarksAlot's picture

In 2013 Miguel Trevino Morales, "40," leader of the Mexican drug cartel, the Zetas, was arrested.  40 was infamous for not sleeping until he saw someone killed.  As soon as he was arrested, he was sent to the US.  He created a living hell for the hard-working Mexican population, who aren't allowed to own firearms.

In a Mexico City newspaper, it was revealed that the DEA had known of his whereabouts for 3 years before they told the Mexican authorities. 

Rainman's picture

Didn't the Secretive Service get busted with the same hos ? .... eeewww, sloppy seconds.

Bell&#039;s 2 hearted's picture

ANOTHER arrow in the back of The Onion

rejected's picture

LOL..... I don't recall reading Hitler punishing his Gestapo for their crimes.... so I don't expect much change from the new Hitler wannabees...

bigrooster's picture

The rule of law does not apply to agents of the state.  

replaceme's picture

To be fair, a lot of this behavior came about after agents were asked not to surf porn at work - they just made the logical leap: real, underage prostitutes. And blow.

Fix It Again Timmy's picture

Here are the expense report categories for the DEA:

IndyPat's picture

Don't bring Pootie Tang into this.

He's a good man.

Sa da teh, my tippy ties.

Bell&#039;s 2 hearted's picture

Place Holder needs to send a memo to bank examiners that they don't need to swallow ... unless they want too ...

kchrisc's picture

Regardless of their psychopathic duplicity, always remember that aggression against an American's Life, Liberty, and/or Property under color of authority is engaging, levying, war against them.

Article 3, Section 3 of the the Constitution that these thugs take an oath to defend, states that treason is the "levying war against them [people and states]."

That they even label their own actions as "war," makes it that much easier to add them to my Crimes Against the American People List (CAAPL) treason list.

The banksters need to repay us.

 

The Constitution--"IT'S the law."

 

GRDguy's picture

Hey, they're only minor sociopaths who carry out the orders of the major sociopaths.

jakesdad's picture

so the dea has officially sunk LOWER than tsa (who actually did fire their groupers - no charges either though)?  is that actually POSSIBLE?!?

astoriajoe's picture

Never thought I'd find myself agreeing with Cummings.

dexter_morgan's picture

But we are a nations of laws, not a nation of men........aren't we?........